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Google announces VR headset Daydream View, due next month

Google is tossing its hat into the VR ring with its just announced virtual-reality headset Daydream View. Due this November, the headset will be compatible with a series of Daydream-ready phones made by a variety of Android device manufacturers. The first ones will be Google's Pixel and Pixel XL smartphones, but more third-party devices will follow. The way Daydream View works is that one puts their phone in the headset, ala Samsung's Gear VR.
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